A solid, no nonsense, classic little bullet vibe.
I’m no stranger to the importance of Kegel exercises. But I suck at them, truly I do, which is probably why my vagina can’t yet crush boulders into fine sand (I’m working on it though). I struggle with staying in the habit of doing something as tedious as consciously clenching my PC muscles every day. So, when I heard about Kegel balls, I rejoiced because, finally, I could exercise my PC muscles without having to think about every single conscious clench.
The Tenga Iroha Mini is a small palm-sized clitoral vibrator. It’s roughly shaped into a triangle. The bottom portion (blue) screws off to accommodate one AAA battery. The orange portion tapers to a soft tip to provide pinpoint stimulation. It’s elegant, aesthetically-pleasing, and remarkably discreet. Nothing about it screams “SEXY TIME” so you could get away with leaving this on your windowsill without it scandalizing your neighbors (though if you do manage to scandalize your neighbours, good on ya).
The FSoG Wickedly Tempting Rechargeable Clitoral Vibrator has a very sleek, streamlined appearance. Asides from a few minor physical details, it holds very obvious similarities to the LELO Mia. The bullet vibe is made from ABS plastic. It’s divided in half by a bar that holds the (-) and (+) buttons. The vibe’s shorter end comes off to reveal a USB port that you plug into your computer for charging. The other end, the one you press against you, is a thin cylinder that tapers off to a soft point. The base has a flat surface so can stand upright. I have no complaints about the design.